I am 47 and female. I do not have acne but I have pores on my forehead mainly that looked blocked but if you try to see if they can be squeezed nothing ever comes out. They almost look like a wart but they are not. You can see the opening of the pore. I still have combination skin ( oily/normal). How and who would be able to get rid of these? They are not red or black but just raised pores. I also would like to know how to prevent them.
Clinique make a Pore mimimiser which would be helpful for you. Estee Lauder also make a product called Idealist skin refinisher, which mimimises pores and has other benefits. Estee Lauder's foaming cleanser for normal/combination skin gives a soap-and-water clean feeling. Their exfoliating scrub leaves your skin so soft you won't need a heavy moisturiser afterwards- these clog your pores even more. Loiloi x
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